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- adj. lacking a weapon
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having no weapon.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Unarmed; having no weapon.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. without a weapon
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Stripped and weaponless, cast out of her city, and her super computer stolen, Bomb Queen asks for help from the very citizens she has brutalized for years.
Around the room, the other guards were now realizing they were outnumbered and all but weaponless.
To his utter disgust, the man, pursued by an armed countryside, found Harley Kennan, his latest victim, like the reporter, to be weaponless.
They have not stood silently by and watched the destruction of others, brutally, sustained, without offering themselves, weaponless except for their bodies, to the situation.
The remaining NVA in nearby gun pits stood up, weaponless, eyes filled with terror, and raised their hands ...
They blasted the trooper to kingdom come, but merely covered the weaponless Rapier, Wolf, and Bonaventura.
His open hands are demonstrably weaponless; his lowered head and closed eyes deprive him of his most effective defensive senses.
Ember followed her, weaponless, but with her claws extended from her paw.
Ric had already retreated to the bathroom, so Quick gave my weaponless hand a lick in greeting and headed for the stainless food and water bowls next to my side of the bed.
If you miss that, you go back to your normal life mind-wiped and weaponless.
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